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The Crystal Prison - Robin JarvisFollow a mouse tail of murder and enchantment (313 words)
by MalonsMilk - written on 07/02/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
way that you feel you have to buy the next book. The book is rated an 8 with clear reasons, although the book is about mice the descriptions of the murders are graphic and one of the characters is subject to regular beatings from a parent so I would listen to the age description. Robin Jarvis is a long established fantastic author and his writing is accessible for children and adults. To tell the truth one of his books made me cry which I have never done for a book. Buy the book, love it and then buy the next ...
The Deptford Histories: The Alchymist's Cat - Robin JarvisLots Of Kitties, Magic & Eeevil! (662 words)
by Babytigerjess - written on 16/08/01, updated on 16/06/05 (Very useful, 93 readings)
The Alchymist's Cat' was the first book I had read by Robin Jarvis. I like this book. I've read it about three times already. I was about twelve when I read this and got it as a Christmas present. I think the book is focused more at teenagers, and yes it is fictional. Its very detailed and the author goes into great depth and uses his imagination. It was a pretty long time ago since I read this book so my mind is quite vague about it... Basically the tale is set in the winter of 1664 and a young boy Will Godwin is taken in by an alchymist, Doctor Spittle who seizes the opportunity to make the boy his assistant in his apothecary shop. John Balker was ...
The Deptford Histories: The Alchymist's Cat - Robin JarvisThe Alchymist's Cat by Robin Jarvis (103 words)
by Caspian - written on 05/11/00, updated on 27/03/05 (Useful, 54 readings)
This is a book about a boy, Will who gets taken to London a year or so brfore the Fire of London. Hear he meets his uncle- a horrible apothacary obsessed with making himself live for ever and to make gold. Soon Will is caught up in a lot of things he would rather have not known about. This book is very exciting and gripping. Amazingly ...